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December 11, 2009



Stephen, this reminds me of the Reagan White House where they were close to many gays including Nancy's hairdresser, invited their gay Hollywood friends to the W.H. (even having at least one couple sleep over), and by all reports were both very comfortable around their gay acquaintances, yet Reagan stood by during the AIDS crisis and did nothing - not even publicly uttering the word "AIDS" until 1987 by which time over 13,000 Americans had died from AIDS-related causes.


There is no accent in Genet's name.

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